A nice little restaurant on the main street of the old town. Usually restaurants in tourist areas on the top locations for tourist traps, but Gourmet fortunately not that. High quality staff will offer you besides dishes from the menu cards and daily offer is very interesting, and with every meal a glass of fine wine. It is commendable that you can get a dozen wines by the glass. The restaurant I visited in the fall in time "chestnut" and the waiter offered me a cream soup with chestnuts, and for the main course duck breast with chestnut soufflé, and for dessert "drunken chestnuts with dried figs." The soup was phenomenal and a great main dish. Dessert was not bad but I liked the look more than the taste. Somewhat empty tasteless. My daughter ate a very good fish soup and great green gnocchi with shrimp. For dessert we picked pear crostata which was perfect. Otherwise offer a large selection of desserts and decisive choice is very difficult because everything looks perfect. Prices are a little more but not too expensive and justify what you are offering. The staff is really fantastic. Very communicative waiter warmly explaining dishes. There should be some work presentation dishes because the dishes served in very nice dishes but it was not enough. The restaurant is handicapped by a lack of terraces (only a couple of small tables in a side street) but the quality and the general impression deserves top TripAdviser lists and customers rated.
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